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The Marafa Depression, sometimes called Hell’s Kitchen because temperatures go up to 50 degrees Celsius in the summer, is a great sandstone ridge that has been worn by natural weather phenomena into a series of jagged gorges. The layer of stones in the canyon reveals colours of white, pink, orange and deep crimsons that makes the places especially striking at sunset.

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